• 00:45

    Naturalist?

    in Spirituality

    Da Vinci was a naturalist but what does it mean to be a naturalist. Did Da Vinci believe in God? Did he give birth to the Illuminati? I am going to dive into the man and what he has done by applying spirituality to what I have learned from listening to a compilation of his complete works.

  • 00:31

    Naturalist claim cure for ebola and other infectious diseases

    in Current Events

    The host will talk with a natrualist about claims of cures for  aids victims. Naturalist presents a natural treatments for Ebola by strenghtening and cleasing the blood of infected patience. Natrual remedies have already been stent to Africa to assist in the fight for Ebola. The host will talk about this plan of treatment verses the plan of treatment currently being used in Dallas. Can this treatment reduse the fear and panic over this infectious disease crisis.

  • 01:00

    Metalsmith BenchTalk: jeweler, metalsmith, and naturalist David C. Freda

    in Art

    My guest on Thursday, May 1st at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk will be jeweler, enamelist, metalsmith, artist, and naturalist David C. Freda.


    Abou David:  “Among the first images created by man were those of animals. One cannot trace the history of art without reference to the animal image. Since prehistoric times, the animal world has provided man the imagery by which to visually illuminate important aspects of himself and his life. The animal image provides a universal language that all cultures can share. Until the extinction of the last species, man will draw upon the animal world for inspiration.
     
    I also probe the world of animals for my imagery. Bird watching, taxidermy, falconry, scuba diving, rock climbing, mountain biking, and numerous other adventuresome activities have educated me enabling me to express the natural world in an artistic sense. My forms are a distillation of these experiences. Some compositions feature realistic “renderings” of animal forms while others are abstractions suggesting a particular theme and create from it an unexpected or surprising result. 


    To obtain this, I often juxtapose the animal image or abstraction using ancient processes with twentieth century materials such as fine metals, vitreous enamels, aluminum, acrylic, niobium, and so on, while maintaining the sense of a natural habitat via color, texture, and movement. I feel I share a kinship with artists of the past whose intimate knowledge of the natural world also provided them with their concepts..


    To learn more about David, visit: http://www.davidcfreda.com.

  • 00:31

    Madison Star Moon with special guest Naturalist T Michael Riddle

    in Environment

    Tonight I will be joined by outspoken activist and Naturalist T Michael Riddle. We will be discussing many things such as chemtrails, the Second Amendment, PETA, and government corruption. Join us for our live broadcast at 11 PM Eastern. 

  • 02:59

    SPEAK NOW OR FOREVER HOLD YOUR PEACE

    in Entertainment

    POLICING IN THE 20TH CENTURY - RACIAL PROFILING - BLACK YOUTH IN AMERICA - REGULATIONS & LEGISLATIONS IN POLICING - POWER & TRIGGER HAPPY - MIKE BROWN, TRAYVON, ERIC GARDNER, SEAN BELL & MORE... LET'S TALK ABOUT IT!!! 

  • 01:57

    State Sovereignty: Dawn McPherson

    in Politics Conservative

    In the final episode of our Prepper Series, Dawn PcPherson will join us. Dawn is an RN and will talk with Mike Slack and Dave about living a holistic lifestyle that will enable you to outlive the current established medical community. Do you know what you will do when there are no doctors, hospitals, and pharmacies? Are you prepared for the time when you are on your own? Have you even thought about it? Will you? Join Dawn, Mike, and Dave tonight at 7PM Missouri Time for an honest, upfront chat about how to cope. YUou can participate live at 347-677-1835.

  • 01:02

    Mary Getten Messages from the Orcas

    in Spirituality

      Mary J. Getten has been connected to animals all her life. Whether rescuing and rehabilitating sick or injured seals and seal lions, swimming with wild dolphins and whales, or leading whale-watch trips, interaction with wild marine mammals has been a focal point of her life for over 25 years. Mary’s Nautilus Award winning book, Communicating with Orcas; The Whales’ Perspective offers a rare multi-dimensional view of orca life and consciousness. She also is a contributing author of Dolphins and Whales Forever.


    Since 1996, Mary’s work as an animal communicator has helped thousands of happy clients worldwide understand and create more harmony with their naughty, sad, sick and puzzling pets. In fact, she’s communicated with everything from snails to whales! Mary also excels at teaching animal and nature communication workshops.


      Mary has worked with marine mammals for more than 25 years. During the 80’s she worked at The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, California, where she rescued, rehabilitated and released a variety of seals, sea lions and small cetaceans. In 1990, Mary moved to the San Juan Islands in Washington and worked in the research department of The Whale Museum, was a coordinator of the San Juan County Marine Mammal Stranding Network, and served at Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center for ten years as a volunteer, board member, bookkeeper, and even as Executive Director. In addition, Mary is a marine naturalist and led whale and wildlife trips in the San Juan Islands for ten years. In the last decade she has taken people on adventures to meet with Gray Whales in Mexico, wild dolphins in the Bahamas and humpbacks in Tonga. www.MaryGetten.com  My books are available there or at Amazon.


    Please join us!   Thank you!

  • 03:00

    TOM FOOLARY

    in Entertainment

    SIT DOWN WITH US AS WE DISCUSS SOME OF THE TOM FOOLARY THAT GOES ON IN THE WORLD WE LIVE IN... SOME OF US TEND NOT TO JUDGE BUT SOME OF US ARE FORCED TO CALL OUT THE SHANETTIGANS. JOIN US AS WE BROADCAST LIVE FROM AFRICANOBOI STUDIOS!!!!! 


    PLUS, YOUR NEWS U CAN USE - SKREET CIRCUIT REPORT - HOT GOSSIP - CELEB ENT, & MORE

  • 00:43

    ONLINE EDUCATION K-20 AT THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

    in Education

    ONLINE EDUCATION AT 


    THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY


    PLUS "THE YOUNG NATURALIST AWARD' PROGRAM


    Welcome back Eric Hamilton and Rob Steiner. There are so many great educational opportunities in both K-12 and Higher Ed at my favorite museum. We might even talk about taxidermy of the specimens even though that might sound stuffy.


    That was a pun.


     


    www.amnh.org/learn   www.amnh.cor/yna


     


    Presented by WILDLIFE ACOUSTICS


    www.wildlifeacoustics.com  @wildlifeacouedu

  • Stephen Buhner on Plant Intelligence

    in Culture

    Our regular host Hugh T Alkemi will speak with Stephen Buhner in this live episode about Plant Intelligence and the Imaginal Realm, the subject and title of Dr Buhner's newest book. Join into the convo by calling 347-855-8334


     


    Stephen Harrod Buhner is the senior researcher for the Foundation for 


    Gaian Studies. Described as both an Earth Poet and a Bardic Naturalist, he 


    is the award-winning author of 19 books, including The Lost Language of 


    Plants, The Secret Teachings of Plants, and Sacred Plant Medicine. 


    Stephen is also the bestselling author of Herbal Antibiotics. Before retiring 


    in 2013, Stephen taught for over 30 years throughout North America and 


    Europe. Stephen's work has appeared or been profiled in publications 


    throughout North America and Europe including Mother Earth News, The 


    Lampeter Review, Spirituality & Health, The New York Times, CNN, and 


    Good Morning America. He lives in Silver City, New Mexico.

  • 01:02

    Carnivorous Plants - Aldorandra

    in Education

    On Friday Octuber 31st, at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Join host Ken McKeighen as he is joined by Ken Boorman to continue their discussion on carnivorous plants. The genus Aldorandra will be investigated and it's amazing ability to trap it's prey with the fastest trap action of any plant. Aldrovanda is a free-floating and rootless aquatic plant. This plant is closely related to the Venus flytrap Dionaea muscipula, and shares many of its attributes--it functions as a snap-trap carnivore, just under water! A common name for it is the waterwheel plant because a single whorl of leaves, cut from a stem, is wheel-like, as you can see to the right! The genus name commemorates the Italian naturalist Ulisse Aldrovandi (1522-1605). In fact, the name for the genus was originally "Aldrovandia", but Linnaeus misspelled this, and we use the incorrect spelling even today.

    Each leaf in a whorl terminates in a little clam-like trap. Exactly how the trap captures prey is a little complicated. Just like the traps of a Venus flytrap, the trap lobes of Aldrovanda contain trigger hairs. When stimulated, these cause the traps to close. SNAP! The closure takes about 1/4 to 1/2 second, which is impressive when you reflect upon the fact that the trap lobes must push water as they close. If no prey is captured, the trap reopens in ten to twenty hours.

    The strange snapping behavior of the plant was observed by De Sassus as early as 1861, but it was not until Darwin's careful work was there proof it was probably carnivorous. We now know that indeed, the traps produce phosphate-digesting enzymes, and that traps fed with radioisotope-labeled Daphnia absorb the prey.


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